Online Psychology Internships Overview
Choose your internship:
Explore our Psychology Research Internships and find a research opportunity that interests you.
In our Research Internships, you’ll work closely with an expert Psychology Mentor to research a cutting-edge topic in psychology or neuroscience, and you’ll co-author a paper for publication in an academic journal.
Choose your internship:
Psychology Work Experience Internships
Browse Psychology work experience opportunities to gain real-life experience in the world of psychology.
In our Work Experience Internships, you’ll work closely with a Mentor to complete a project for a psychologist, and you’ll gain hands-on experience of what it’s really like to work in the field.
Why do an OxBright Psychology Internship?
If you’re planning to apply to a competitive university, you probably already know how important it is to have relevant Psychology work experience as part of your application.
Psychology work experience opportunities are valuable because they help you to make an informed decision about your future direction, based on hands-on experience. However, these opportunities are hard to come by and all too often they don’t involve more than shadowing, observing and making tea.
At OxBright, we’re passionate about giving you real opportunities, so you can try out a career for yourself, understand what the sector is really like in practice, decide on the path that’s right for you, and set yourself up for success.
On an OxBright Psychology & Neuroscience Internship, you will:
- Work with an expert Mentor, who will support and challenge you to make the most of your internship
- Work on a real Psychology project – either an academic research paper (on an Psychology Research Internship) or a real-life professional project (on a Work Experience Internship)
- Learn more about the theory and practice of psychology
- Gain valuable experience for your future university and career applications, and evidence to prove your passion for the subject
- Receive a Certificate and a personalised Letter of Recommendation from your Mentor, which you can use as part of your university applications
How Our Online Internships Work
Submit Your Application
Fill out our short form, and explain your motivations for taking part in the internship and any previous experience you've had. We'll be in touch with the next steps.
Is this internship for me?
Are you aged 15-18? Are you interested in studying Psychology, or hoping to pursue a career as a psychologist, psychotherapist or neuroscientist?
Are you hoping to stand out from the crowd, and ready to take a proactive approach to your future?
Then our online Psychology internships could be a great fit for you.
You don’t need to have any previous psychology work experience in order to join our online internships for teenagers, although it’s important that you have a genuine interest in Psychology and a positive attitude.
We look forward to welcoming you to OxBright!
Apply for a Psychology Internship
Get the edge for your future with our Psychology internships for high school students.
Apply now and take the first step towards your future success.
OxBright Expert Mentors
Ben is researching the uses of nanotechnology in oncology with the aim of improving patient outcomes in chemotherapy. He is working towards his DPhil in Engineering at Oxford University, having completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Bath.
With lots of tutoring experience, Ben loves sharing his passion for Engineering.
BA LLB (Rhodes), BCL (Oxon)
Tuscany holds a Masters of Law from Oxford University, and is now reading for an MPhil in Legal Philosophy at Oxford, focusing her research on the philosophy of contract law.
Originally from South Africa, she holds a BA in English Literature and an LLB Law from Rhodes University. She is passionate about sharing her interest in Law with the next generation of lawyers.
Rahul is a 5th year medical student at the University of Oxford with a first class degree in medical sciences. Academically, his interests include cardiovascular physiology and surgery.
He has conducted research at the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics in Oxford surrounding the relationship between sleep and metabolism, and he loves to share his research with young people.
Internship Dates & Fees
You'll see the dates and fees for upcoming internships below. You can read more about OxBright internships here.
Our online internships are each one month long, with live sessions held on four consecutive Saturdays or Sundays.
Psychology & Neuroscience Online Course
for ages 15-18
Are you aged 15-18 and interested in studying Neuroscience, or hoping to become a psychologist? Explore our online Psychology courses to get the edge for your future.